According to our European partners, is it crucial not to provoke russians? (a bitter irony). Is it crucial that the World War III does not break out? writes Mikhail Podiliak
All that matters is that Russians not being upset about Ukraine and don’t use… Don’t use what? Missiles, bombs, tanks, commit no massacres of civilians, don’t shell civil buildings, don’t execute Ukrainians like in the concentration camps? What haven’t they used yet?
As the result, the world has received an indescribable terror of inhumanity in Bucha, Irpen, Hostomel. Hundreds, thousands of murdered, torn to pieces, raped, bound, again raped and again murdered. Hundreds, thousands of peaceful Ukrainian citizens. Killed with particular cruelty and savagery.
Just too cool and smarty-pants among yesterday’s and today’s “European leaders”, hundreds of current European politicians that are having your hearty meals and peacefully sleeping in your warm beds, don’t all of you have a desire to take a close look at the pictures of the hell of the XXI century that was created by russians in the Kyiv region? Did you really want to get Srebrenica of the XXI century? Have you got it? Are you satisfied? Did you want to reincarnate Treblinka by encouraging the “russian world”? Did you want to remind yourselves what is the infernal horror of the operating crematoriums burning people alive, just because they are Ukrainians? Are you going to turn away once again? Are you going to arrange one more summit just to express your concern and shake your heads?
One cannot prohibit russian literature in the European universities – is it so inhuman?
Once again, look closely on the thousands of torn, raped and burned Ukrainians. In the XXI century. During “a special operation”. Torn by RUSSIANS. And now, tell the world once again that russia is good, it is just business, that you cannot ban Rachmaninoff. Look and tell. Or turn away. The main thing is – not to provoke. And let them continue massively kill Ukrainians…
The Author, Mykhailo Podoliak, is adviser to the President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelenskyy. The views expressed are independent and personal; they are published without any editorial intervention, and they do not necessarily reflect the views of this website.